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埃尔杰姆露天剧场,突尼斯 Amphitheatre of El Jem, Tunisia (© Westend61/Getty Images)

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埃尔杰姆露天剧场突尼斯 Amphitheatre of El Jem, Tunisia (© Westend61/Getty Images)

罗马建筑“起立欢呼” A 'standing ovation' to Roman architecture

埃尔杰姆露天剧场,突尼斯

埃尔杰姆露天剧场位于突尼斯东部小城镇艾尔杰姆,始建于公元3世纪的罗马帝国时期,以其令人惊叹的建筑设计闻名。它由巨石砌成,可以容纳35000名观众,至今仍然是世界上最大的露天剧场之一。这座露天剧场自1979年就被列为联合国教科文组织世界遗产地,被认为是世界上保存最完好的罗马建筑之一,在体量和设计上几乎可以和罗马竞技场比肩。

剧场地下有着复杂的隧道系统,对游客开放参观。尽管历史悠久,剧场的地面仍然保存完好,游客还可以在上面行走,代入一下古代表演者的体验。

Amphitheatre of El Jem, Tunisia

This impressive structure is the Amphitheatre of El Jem, in the Tunisian town of the same name. Made entirely from stone blocks, it was built in the 3rd century CE, when this area was Thysdrus, a city of ancient Rome. Once capable of seating up to 35,000 spectators, it is the largest colosseum in North Africa and one of the largest in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, it is one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres, almost equal in grandeur to the Colosseum in Rome.

Beneath the arena, there is an extensive underground network of tunnels and chambers, which are open to visitors. Despite its age, the arena floor is still preserved, and visitors can walk on it, following in the footsteps of gladiators and others who stepped out before huge crowds, nearly 2,000 years ago.

埃庇道鲁斯剧场, 希腊阿尔戈利斯省 Ancient theater of Epidaurus in Argolis province, Greece (© George Pachantouris/Getty Images)

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埃庇道鲁斯剧场, 希腊阿尔戈利斯省 Ancient theater of Epidaurus in Argolis province, Greece (© George Pachantouris/Getty Images)

声学杰作 Masterpiece of acoustic science

埃庇道鲁斯剧场,希腊

埃庇道鲁斯剧场隐藏在离雅典约100英里的埃庇道鲁斯山丘之中。它是一座保存完好的古希腊剧场,巨大的露天场地可以容纳超过14000名观众。这种希腊礼堂分三个部分,一是圆形主舞台,二是背景建筑,三是次第升高的观众席。埃庇道鲁斯剧场是一项工程壮举,它的建筑结构非常精妙,使剧场拥有完美的音响效果和良好的观赏效果。这座剧场原本是用于供奉古希腊医药之神阿斯克勒庇俄斯的。自1954年以来,该剧场上演了多位著名希腊演员和国际演员的戏剧和音乐表演。

Ancient theater of Epidaurus, Greece

Hidden in the hills of Epidaurus, about 100 miles from Athens, Greece, lies the ancient theater of Epidaurus. It's the embodiment of perfect classical proportions applied to the performing arts. A well-preserved Greek theater from ancient times, the massive open-air venue can hold more than 14,000 spectators. The three main features of the Greek auditoria are the orchestra, a circular space used as the main stage, the skene or stage building used as a backdrop, and lastly the cavea, or the auditorium, an ascending row of seats in a semi-circular shape. It is a feat of engineering built into the hillside with such precision that the theater has both perfect acoustics and an optimal structure for better viewing. The theater was dedicated to the Greek god of medicine, Asclepius. Since 1954, the theater has welcomed drama and music performances from several famous Greek and international actors.